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NBC
Jul 12, 2014 5:00pm PDT
a mosque in the gaza strip. hamas promises to continue targeting tel aviv. >>> a community outside houston still reeling from a shooting rampage that took the lives of six family members. the only survivor, a 15-year-old girl, thanked her neighbors for their support. dan scheneman has the story. >> reporter: hundreds gathered in the quiet suburb of houston to pause and remember six lives lost and to celebrate the amazing courage of 16-year-old cassidy stay, the lone survivor of the horrific shooting that took the lives of her parents and four siblings. >> as soon as it was safe, despite the terrible things she must have seen, at that moment, she called police and told them, we were in danger. >> reporter: that call helped police find and arrest ronald lee haskell who now faces multiple murder charges. >> without her courage and quick thinking, we might be mourning the death of 20, yes, i said 20, people today, including myself. >> reporter: less than 24 hours after being released from the hospital, stay thanked the first responders and the hospital staff who took care of her. >> i'm on a p
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
across the country? maybe a couple of examples to wave thate learning is happening? >> let's take houston. it was just called the best urban school district in america . houston has taken a thoughtful approach to improvement based on although we have learnt in the last 20 years about high achieving schools. they have added a component of blended learning. they are combining improvement and innovation to create an exciting school environment. all of their high schools are becoming one-to-one. every student will have a laptop to take him. engaging anding an extended learning environment for every student in houston i also love many of the charter school networks that are custom designed around the new learning opportunities that exist. some public schools in the bay area, there's a great example of a network of high schools that combine playlists, which we think of as use it tom about playlists of learning experiences that prepare kids for really interesting products. -- projects. that learning environment allows teachers instead of just a sole focus on basic skills, they can work on groups
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
. that's it. i'm in a much better place. >> axelrod: the young survivor of the family massacre in houston speaks at a memorial service. vinita nair on the remarkable courage of cassidy. (cheers) they keep celebrating in cleveland after lebron james says he's coming home dean reynolds on what this means to a team and the city. and you've seen dancing agents draw smiles in plenty of places before. but chances are, they weren't needed as much as in the place this one does. >> we all have our problems but a smile will help you through it. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. the u.n. security council is now calling for a ceasefire between israel and hamas as it's conflict in the middle east intensified on this its fifth day. 17 more people were killed today by israeli airstrikes in gaza. that makes at least 125 who died since the bombing started tuesday. today israel also shelled positions in lebanon. the rocket fire from hamas into israel has been stronger than expected, but so far no israelis have died. today the israeli defe
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
. >>> to houston tonight and the teenager who was the only survivor of a deadly attack on her family's home is speaking out for the first time. and we're also hearing more from her grandparents, whose lives she is credited with saving. abc's mara schiavocampo has the story. >> reporter: flashing a brave smile, 15-year-old cassidy stay was greeted by hundreds of friends and neighbors after surviving the unthinkable. >> i'm really thankful for all of the people that have been praying for me and keeping me and my family in their thoughts. >> reporter: 33-year-old ron haskell faces capital murder charges, accused of fatally shooting cassidy's parents and four siblings, allegedly because they wouldn't tell him where to find his ex-wife, cassidy's aunt. officials say the teen survived by playing dead, and is hailed as a hero for quickly alerting police hkell was allegedly heading to her grandparents' house next, likely saving their lives. >> today, we have to grateful to god to have cassidy back with us. we continue to be in awe how she was able to save us. >> reporter: the houston teen was relea
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
average. detroit, houston, cincinnati. we'll see the temperatures only in the 60s for your highs including chicago by tuesday. 69 degrees, detroit at 72. so the cold air is on the way. it looks like it will last all the way through next week. >> all right. thank you. >>> when "nbc nightly news" continues this saturday, the rising cost of retirement has some rethinking about where to call home. >>> and later, what's in a name? for one woman, a chance to take my name is michael, i'm 55 years old and i have diabetic nerve pain. the pain was terrible. my feet hurt so bad. it felt like hot pins and needles coming from the inside out of my skin. when i did go see the doctor, and he prescribed lyrica. it helped me. [ male announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages nerves. lyrica is fda-approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or, swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, ch
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. i'm in a much better place. >> axelrod: the young survivor of the family massacre in houston speaks at a memorial service. vinita nair on the remarkable courage of cassidy. (cheers) they keep celebrating in cleveland after lebron james says he's coming home dean reynolds on what this means to a team and the city. and you've seen dancing agents draw smiles in plenty of places before. but chances are, they weren't needed as much as in the place this one does. >>l
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
-1 shot, are now 4-1. trevor ariza to sign with houston. wanted him back in washington. >> trevor was one of the players the got rings in this league, and we would like to have him back. he is experienced. he has length, quickness, the ability to shoot threes. he is so important tour team. >> it looks like he is going to go to houston though. while you were sleeping late last night, d.c. united won again. th eastern division. i think you and i are in agreement on the production tomorrow. germany is an offense of machine but argentina is strong defensively. there is great drama. it will be a lot of emotion, fun to watch. >> >> a viewing party tomorrow for the final match of the world cup. it scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m. right year on abc seven. smithsonian says fans are invited to watch the game on the courtyard of the building that houses the national portrait. . -- portrait gallery. there is a 21 foot wall and air conditioning, more portly. does one turtle know which team will win tomorrow's world cup? the turtle picked argentina. flags for argentina and germany were placed in the poo
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
our own, meanwhile. >> reporter: meanwhile in the houston courtroom haskill collapsed twice as he heard capital murder charges against him . the his defense attorney cited mental illness and lack of medication. reasons for the the deadly rampage that took away this teen's family. >> i know that my mom, dad, brian, emilie, becca and zach are in a much better place, and that i'll be able to see them again some day. thank you all for coming and shoaling your support for me and my family. stay strong. >> reporter: cassidy offered thanks first responders, her nurses and her doctors. she says she's on the road to recovery, walter, brave girl. reporting live from the satellite center this evening, kenneth moton for channel six "action news". >> her strength is incredible, thanks kenneth. >>> much more on this story coming up on world news with david muir tonight at 6:30 directly after "action news". >>> two philadelphia police officers found themselves, putting their lives on the line, this morning by rescuing two women from the burning home. fire broke out just after 2:30 inside a home
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
a teenage girl lost her entire family. she was the only one to survive a shooting rampage near houston and now she's the one encouraging other people to stay strong. just a day after doctors let her out of the hospital, cassidy stay thanked her community. a man barged into her home wednesday. cassidy had to watch him shoot and kill her mom and dad, her two brothers and two sisters. he shot her two but the bullet grazed her head and she survived by playing dead. today cassidy told a crowd she's found peace. quote ad line from harry potter. >> happiness can be found even in the darkest of times. if only one -- if one only remembers to turn on the light. i know that my mom, dad, brian, emily, becka and zach are in a much better place and i'll be able to see them again one day. >> cassidy identified the killer as her ex-uncle. ronald haskell. investigators haven't said what triggered his rampage but they think it was part of a domestic dispute. >>> back here at home gearing up for hockey in the middle of july? tonight caps fans get their fix in the offseason. plus a comfortable day for a l
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 11:00am PDT
what they're going to do or when they're going to do it. just outside of houston, there are no answers. only sorrow and pain. >> that's nbc's miguel almaguer. thank you so much. the death penalty hasn't been ruled out for haskell if he's convicted. the harris county district attorney says he will decide soon what punishment he will pursue. >>> let's turn back to politics now and todd akin. he's back. remember back in 2012, the missouri republican looked like a shoo-in for the senate. then he made these comments on rape, pregnancy, and abortion in a local interview. >> what about in the case of rape? should it be legal or not? >> well, you know, people always want to try and make that as one of those thing, well, how do you slice this particularly tough sort of ethical question? it seems to me, first of all, from what i understand from doctors, that's really rare. if it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. >> despite an apology, it looked like a clear victory for akin, turned into a disaster. claire mccaskill held on to that seat. now he's
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 1:15pm EDT
evaluation of those and other tools. for example, in houston, there are efforts, training efforts underway. in atlanta, there are specific child-oriented training efforts that have been implemented by a nonprofit coalition and the governor's oeffice. and the polaris project, a nationally funded project, has an online training initiative. but all of those efforts could benefit from further evaluation, and similarly some of the tools that have been developed by places like asian health services in oakland and other health care organizations and sites would benefit from evaluationings so that -- evaluations so that they could be taken to scale and used in other settings. >> thank you. miss lattrell, you tall set up a program. you said shortly after you set it up with card nation between different groups you actually helped identify your first victim. can you talk about how successful this program has been at your school. and what recommendations would you make to other school districts, what advice would you give them? and then sort of to wrap it up, how can the federal government help suppor
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 12:30pm EDT
we are struggling with as the greatest and the longest continuous democracy in houston. the really tough part is how do democracies. >> yes >> majority rules but you protect minority rights. we have a tough time with it. those countries have a tough time with it. you can see what's happening in egypt now. in syria and iraq and that context. the iraqis have to have an inclusionary government. it's a country with sunnis, shias and kurds. >> yeah. >> they have to be involved. they have got to develop -- they have got to get away from the concept that if one group is in power, the other group is out. >> to that point, does the carped prime minister, nouri al-malaki, has he failed in your view to be the kind of inclusive leader that the country needs at this moment in time? >> yes. >> does he need to go? >> whether he goes or not. >> in your view. >> up to the iraqis. they have got to decide if he is to stay, he certainly has to taking. >> it to what extent is the sunni shia divide we see particularly in the middle east. >> religion? to what extent is it about two proud countries, saudi
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 11:45am EDT
at that book, number one. be and then angelica houston, who i love as an actress, has a book out called "watch me." it's the second part of her memoir. she's written it in two parts, and now we're getting into the good stuff, the jack nicholson years. i had her on my tv show for the first week, so i'm excited to read her book because she comes from such a rich legacy. one of the first families in hollywood where there are three generations of academy award winners, her grandfather, her father, the great director john houston, and her, of course, for prizzi's honor. and i just love generations of families that find a way to serve the rest of us with their artistic and creative gifts. right thousand i'm trying to -- right now i'm trying to get the audio book done of my own book, "death of a king." i enjoyed so much writing this book, and this is now my 17th book, but this, believe it or not, peter, is the first one i've done an audio book for. it's taxing, but the idea of being able to get into a booth, recording studio and to actually voice the book that you've written, i'm having some fun with
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 11:30am EDT
2,000 miles in hopes of beginning a new life with his father, undocumented and living in houston. >> the trip was not easy because we came on the train. when you don't have water or food you get really hungry. you're always afraid because people are telling you that someone has fallen from the train, that the train can kill you. >> reporter: but in april after he was mugged in the mexican desert he surrendered to the u.s. border patrol and he's waiting for his father while he waits for immigration hearing. axle is one of 15,000 uncompanied young people who flooded u.s. immigration centers in recent months. the surge has pushed president obama to ask congress for $3.7 billion to relief overloaded detention centers, immigration courts and border control. >> we're not going to simply leave abandoned children who are left at our door step. we got to care for them and provide basic safety and security while we determine where we can send them. >> reporter: why are these young people come together u.s.? back in honduras, axel's holder brother said he had two choices, flee or be killed
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
crisis. for some people, it's a reminder that their neighborhoods need help, too. >> one houston mother is outraged over the administration's call for emergency funding and not mincing words. >> billions of dollars want to be borrowed from the white house to help feed and house them. well, what about [ bleep ] -- there? and i [ bleep ] in our country? not just in this neighborhood but in our country! all of these kids, really? why can't they go back? i'm sorry that, that the parents are in poor living conditions or whatever's going out out there, i don't care. i care about what's going on right here, in my own backyard. >> helping to fuel this debate this week a houston suburb banned the detention and processing of undocumented migrants caught crossing the border. >> joining us, councilwoman, thank you for being with us. >> thank you. >> sure. there were not plans, as we understand it, to bring illegal immigrants to your town. why did you decide to push this measure? >> i think the key is we don't know, because up to this point, the federal agencies have been going around local governme
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
team, and the mavericks and the rockets are going to win more championships and the houston-based team where chris bosh will go is going to have stocks going up in the next year. >> and you like all things texas. >> well, i have to say no to that stock. >> and what is your prediction? >> when i went for the three muffin lunch this week, i noticed that the crumbs bakery was taken out, and i think that the gluten-free craze has destroyed another bakery and that is why you should go with the texas road house which is up 20% again in one year. >> and what do you say? >> well, it had a split stock, brenda, so stay away from this one, brenda. >> and neil is next. >>> big things of letting d.c. spend more of this, and do you see anything wrong with any of this? i'm neil cavuto, and congress is in slow motion to find a solution for the v.a. and shock of shocks. now they are calling for the speeding things up, but guess how? by bringing back ear mamarks tot it all on spending, and pork spending or targeted spending and still green and we don't ask, and still a problem that has pretty much every
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
the detention or processing centers in the city. different response emerged in houston where middle school that has been closed since 2001 may reopen its doors to house the unaccompanied refugee children. fema and other federal officials toured the campus which is now used as a storage facility. one houston resident voiced her displeasure with using the closed school in this way. she interrupted a press event held by congresswoman sheila jackson lee to say this. >> these illegal immigrants don't have nowhere to go, so you're going to come over hoo to our neighborhood, open the school up for them, really? is that right? anybody think that's right? what's going to keep them from escaping here and just moving around? >> right. >> around houston, around trinity gardens? security, really? they can't com the border. >> joining us now from austin, texas, contributor, nice to see you this morning, vicky. >> thanks, melissa. >> so that moment with sheila jackson lee and one of her constituents presumably, and that anger. i thought it really reflected this sense that there has been a huge public dis
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am PDT
reviewed. >>> the white house says it's open to working with congress to real a deal houston to deal with the surge of unaccompanied children crossing the u.s. border. the president wants nearly $4 billion in emergency funding but some republicans are demanding in exchange that part of an immigration law be repealed. mark albert is in our washington bureau with more. good morning, mark. >> good morning. president obama's press secretary josh earnest did say, quote, the white house wants to get this done but the differences remain including total price tag. meanwhile the homeland security director jeh johnson visited a detention security facility on friday. he told the government they would start deporting families and children being held there as soup as next week. the government estimates 90 million children may cross illegally into the u.s. this fiscal year alone. >> our border is not open to illegal migration, and our message to those who are coming here illegally, contemplating coming here illegally is we will send you back. >> republican senators john m
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
to take place next year. >> the lone survivor of an execution-style attack on a houston family has been released from hospital. 15-year-old cassidy is expected to make a full economy. on-haas kill, an ex-uncle tied and killed four siblings. she played dead and then called 911, helping miss. >>> the u.s. is in the midst of a worst epidemic. cheaper doses of the drug has flooded the market making it a drug abused the most. in new jersey heroin is killing more people than car accidents. >> one, two... . >> reporter: daniel grew ub with advantages. av lups and a loving family were -- affluence and a loving family did not stop him growing up and being a heroin addict. >> this is not something you quit one day. i put my parents through hell and back again. they never gave up. they kept pushing. >> arrest photos show the extent of the problem in daniel's home state of new jersey, where drug addiction is killing more than car accidents. publicising the pictures is a way law enforcement hops to fight the epidemic. >> we are trying to put a face of heroin addiction out there so parents that have
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
here el from children from salvador, guatemala, and honduras. let's go to joyce waiting in houston, texas, on our line for republicans. good morning. caller: good morning. to 100% echo the last caller. but since i'm on, let me say a things. first let me say that i renamed this organization. the american communist lawyers union. and i want to say, and to ms. epstein, since you all are so compassionate towards these children, put a in your window saying bring at least i'll say 20 to my house and i will take care of them. not take any welfare, not take any wic, not take any food stamps, i will take care of them. a black senior citizen grandmother, and it is disgraceful what this country is own citizens. take care of your own home. ms. epstein, what i just said, i bet you you will send these children back to their homes. host: ms. epstein? joyce, again, is echoing some concerns that we heard from earlier callers. i would repeat what i said earlier that we don't need to pit populations in need against another. the united states is blessed with the resources to respond to more than one c
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
his first court appearance. ron haskill collapsed in the houston courtroom as authorities read charges against him. he is accused of shooting the family execution style at their home on wednesday. a haven't shooting victim a 15 year-old girl survived. haskill's attorney says his client is mentally ill and went off his medication. >> i think he has a limit mental capacity to understand is what going on and that is what i need to explore in terms of competency. >> probable cause shows determination involved and the effort and the planning. >> investigators believe haskill was on his way to kill more of his x's family before he was stop. the girl who survived called 911 to warn police. such a sad story. >>> 6:10. coming up next on "eyewitness news" a costly mistake caught on camera. see the the lamborghini crash at the hand of the hotel valet, yikes. >>> plus this. >> this summer whether at the a crowd add muse. park or museum keep track of your kids with the help of the technology, i'm kara suboy from c-net.com and also recommendations in the tech minute. >>> is your dog in need of the p
Univision
Jul 12, 2014 5:35am EDT
niÑos en un suburbio de houston. el hombre tiene antecedentes de violencia familiar en al menos tres estados los fiscales presentan mÁs cargos contra Él. estÁ presos sin fianza fue transportado de nuevo a la presiÓn en silllas de ruedas del departamento de agricultura de los ee.uu. presentÓ el jueves pasado una propuesta que podrÍa tener un impacto negativo en miles de hispanos que trabajan en plantas procesadoras de pollo. la dependencia busca que se agilice la inspecciÓn de los pollos. lo que obligarÍa los trabajadores que ya se quejan de la enorme presiÓn a procesarlos a una mayor velocidad, lo que se traduce en mÁs riesgos de accidentes laborales. tomÁs tiene los detalles. ♪ >> rÁpido, rÁpido, rÁpido! >> la producciÓn es muy rÁpida. >> tenÍa que despegar el filete y aventarlo a la lÍnea. >> cÓmo es trabajar en una planta de polloo? >> es durÍsimo. >> tengo mi mano que me duele muy hinchada. >> mi pie resbalÓ con el peso aquÍ arriba y me lastimÉ la cintura. >> las condiciones que los trabajadores que contribuyen a las lesiones
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 5:00am EDT
for a significant number of ports from the gulf of houston all the way up to maine, they can't birth in the sports -- in these ports. martin can tell you. governor haley can tell you. the state of georgia can tell you. port of savannah, it accommodates 278,000 jobs in that state. i forget the number in maryland, but it's gigantic. and yet we are diddling. you are doing all you can. you are attracting investments. the federal government is sitting on its hands because they can't get the so-called worker fell through and they finally got to overtime to figure out how to allocate those funds. i walked with governor quinn along the mississippi river, talking about the critical connection between rail lines, highways and waterways. and i sat with governor cuomo in albany as you laid out a remarkable upgrade in new york's power grid, bridges, tunnels that are being rebuilt in the wake of say in the. but being rebuilt to a higher standard, not being rebuilt to the status quo, to a higher standard. going beyond fundamentally rethink and reinvent the states infrastructure in the 21st century. one of the pr
FOX Business
Jul 12, 2014 4:00am EDT
two-thirds of the jobs in this country. they should listen to this woman in houston who says she's fed up with an administration that pays more attention to illegal immigrants than american citizens. citizens who need their government's attention and some cases help. >> not right. not billions of dollars want to be borrowed from the white house to help feed and house them. what about the [ bleep ] here in our neighborhood and our country? lou: our country. sort of a quaint expression isn't it? we're coming right back. >> house speaker boehner suing president obama. boehner says he's fighting for the constitution. ed rollins and brad blakeman ed rollins and brad blakeman join us here next. of accidental death for young children. simple safety steps are the best way to prevent these tragedies. make sure kids learn how to swim. designate an adult water watcher to watch kids in and around water. save the phone calls and texts for when the kids are out of the water. properly fence all pools with fences at least four feet high and with self-closing, self-latching gates. when above ground poo
PBS
Jul 12, 2014 12:00am PDT
, as people like whitney houston and george michael and michael jackson. it wasn't the hard rock bands of the era. you know, we wanted to be with, you know, the big selling artists that went across the board, not just hard rock or pop or whatever. it was everybody. >> that's a fascinating take to put yourself in that stat os feao osphere. it would be r&b and pop and then us. what the hell are they doing in there? in a band, it might seem weird for rock to go, i don't get it. seriously, you know, once you've established yourself as a great rock band, it's kind of taken for granted or even easy to just be pile of the top of rock bands. to say okay, we've done that, what's the next mountain? it's like infiltrate the other stuff, you know. get people that normally buy michael jackson or george michael or even just other types of music like country. it doesn't matter what it is, to go i like that def leppard record and i'm going to buy it. >> i take both of your points about this, but how do you go about achieving that musically when what you're putting out is so dramatically different in s
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 1:35am EDT
lin after all. houston will send him to lakeers not the sixers. sixers playing in orlando summer league title game against memphis without nerlens noel resting on bench. alex thompson filling in fine. later in the game memphis ronald roberts against the former st. st. joe's star. sixers win orlando summer league 91-75 they now head to vegas for the summer league. eagles running back plus shawn mccoy and chickie's and pete's. mccoy will host a basketball game tomorrow in delaware county to raise money for als. allen iverson among those expected to play in the game and he's mccoy's childhood hero and he's hoping to cross ai over. >> "jimmy kimmel live" followed by "nightline" line "action news" continues at a5:30 jeff skversky and the entire "action news" continues at a5:30 jeff skversky and the entire "action news" team have a good night and >> jack hanna's "into the wild" is brought to you by nationwide insurance and the columbus zoo, partners in conservation for over 30 years. >> hi, everyone, i'm jack hanna here with my friend wilbur the woodchuck coming to you from our home
KOFY
Jul 11, 2014 9:00pm PDT
would sign with houston but instead the power forward dec to the hel get a max deal 5 years 118 million dollar contract. still no word if the third member of the big 3 dwayne wade will be back. >> clear space to make a run at bosch rocket traded lynn and first round pick to the lakers. so now houston trying to figure out what plan b is. the palo alto high product is scheduled to make 15 million dollars this season. steve kurr coaching debut as they open play in las vegas. james michael delivers a monster jam. he had 11 points. led the way with a team high 17 points. warriors beat the hornet 7-58. u.s. senior open going on in oklahoma. lead for a moment but bogey 3 of the last 4 holes. now 2 back. montgomery is the leader after 2 rounds. tee shot on par has chance to go in. rolls past the hole. would he make the birdie at 6 under. monty the lead over dunlop. in the exactly the superbowl but there is a buzz about tomorrow candlestick flag football game. mike was among those working out at the stick today. tell this is not slow motion replay. 52-year-old taylor looking prett
FOX
Jul 11, 2014 10:00pm EDT
in houston, texas collapses in court during reading of his crimes. ron lee haskill had to be wheeled out of the courtroom after a judge began reading the murder charges against him. haskill is charged with killing his ex-wife' sister and brother-in-law as well as four of their children. haskill's attorney says his client is mentally ill. >> people become psychotic from trauma in the battlefield to trauma in an emotional situation where you lose a loved one. i think the evidence is ultimately going to show mr. haskill was suffering from mental illness not treated properly. >> the couple's 15 year old daughter survived by playing dead after prosecutors say haskill shot her in the head. she somehow managed to call 911. >>> a woman in indiana is behind bars accused of faking a brain tumor to take money from people. 27 year old tara applegate faces theft charges. police say she held fun risers after tricking people into thinking they were helping with her medical costs. investigators say the scheme came to light in june and since then police say more and more people who gave her money are con
NBC
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
to get him. >> lebron to cleveland put the nba in motion. houston traded jeremy lynn and a first-round draft pick to the lakers. lynn has one year remaining on his contract, sending him to l.a. clears up space. bosch re-signs with miami. joe montana, he will say farewell to candlestick in legendary fashion saturday night, playing in the final football game ever at the stadium. he will lead the legend's team. they had one final tuneup earlier today. >> it's fun. hopefully it doesn't get too physical. because sometimes you tend to forget you're 50 years old now. you can't make those moves anymore. so be careful. >>> and one final baseball note, buster posey will not be an all-star after all. mike matheny, he chose miguel montero. so madison bumgarner and hunter pence will be the giants' representatives in minneapolis. >> was that joe montana? >> that's so awesome. >> i'm looking forward to it. it's going to be a lot of fun out there. >>> our coverage of tonight's baseball game begins at 7 clchbl. >> tim lincecum taking the hill. giants baseball right here on nbc bay area. star comm
CBS
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
california. yeah, he is dealt by the rockets to the lakers. houston had been looking to ship "linsanity" to free up cap room. no word yet on what the lakers are giving up in return. >> i heard jr was talking crap about me and he is on my team. i guess i'm going to have to throw to j.t. >> reporter: here at candlestick, montana and rice cross paths and it was all okay on the homefront. the four-time super bowl winner is mentally locked in for tomorrow's big game. >> have a lot of fun and hopefully only a little bit of pulled fat, i know there's no muscle out there. [ laughter ] >> reporter: all right. now, the hors d'oeuvre for tomorrow's 7:00 legends of candlestick game will be the 4:30 san francisco police department-fire department game and let me tell you, these public safety officers are ready for some football. >> let it go! >> reporter: this is no backyard cookout pickup game. >> fire on three, one two three! >> fire! >> reporter: this is a rivalry game. the san francisco fire department against their brothers in public safety, the city police department. >> what it boils down to
NBC
Jul 11, 2014 5:30pm PDT
fletcher, as we enter yet another day, thanks. >>> back in this country to a community outside houston still reeling from a dramatic tragedy. there was a dramatic moment in court today as we learn more now about a man charged with going on a deadly rampage. we have an update tonight from nbc's miguel almaguer. >> reporter: facing a judge for the first time today, ronald lee haskell's knees buckled as he heard the evidence against him. charged with capital murder, he collapsed in court. >> maybe reality is finally setting in. this is not television. this is not fiction. he is facing his consequence. >> reporter: police say haskell was looking for his ex-wife when he broke into his sister-in-law's home, shooting five innocent children and their parents. stephen and katie stay, execution style in the same room. 15-year-old cassidy, the lone survivor, called 911. >> cassidy, she's a hero. she put her hands over her head. and she was shot in the side of her head. >> reporter: after a slow speed pursuit, haskell surrendered. police believe he was en route to kill his ex-wife's parents. >> th
ABC
Jul 11, 2014 5:30pm PDT
to texas, and a dramatic scene inside a courtroom in houston. the suspect collapses as the charges are read. he is the man accused of forcing his way into a home and killing six members of a family. tonight, new questions about mental illness. abc's ryan owens is back on the story for us. >> reporter: the man prosecutors say executed six members of this texas family could not even stand on his own two feet to face those capital murder charges. 33-year-old ron haskell collapsed twice in a houston courtroom. deputies finally had to wheel him away with a blank look on his face. >> maybe reality is finally setting in. he is facing his consequence. >> reporter: a consequence that could include the death penalty if he's convicted of shooting his ex-wife's sister katie stay, her husband stephen, and four of their young children. haskell's attorney says his client was dizzy in court and off his meds like the day of the rampage. >> our legal system recognizes that a person who is suffering from a mental illness, and can't distinguish right from wrong, is not criminally responsible. >> reporter: hask
ABC
Jul 11, 2014 5:00pm PDT
and live a normal life. >> reporter: mia is doing so well she is heading to houston this weekend with her family to compete in the u.s. transplant games, a sports competition for transplant survivors. mia will be the youngest member of the northern california team. >> she is just like a regular kid now and gets to go compete with everybody else. >> reporter: mia thanks her big sister often for sharing part of her liver. she knows she would not be able to swim these laps without her. >> she is my hero, i love her. >> i think it is great she looks up to me like that. but i wouldn't say i'm her hero, i mean, i would have done it for any of my siblings. because she is family. you can't say no to family. >> reporter: eric thomas, abc 7 news. >> now, to find out how you can become an organ donor check our website at abc 7 news. we have posted links where you can sign up. >>> new details tonight on an amazing story we first brought you last night on abc 7 news. doctors say the man who received a donor kidney from the very family whose son was saved by his family's donation, is doing well this ev
FOX
Jul 11, 2014 5:00pm PDT
ex-wife's sister and brother in law along with four of the children in a suburb north of houston. the lone survivor was released from hospital today. haskell's attorney is now claiming his client is mentally ill. >> the prosecution will charge haskell was six counts of capital murder. >> billions of dollars to get students online, but the bay area school that inspired the program isn't eligible for the money, and we will explain why. >> another step forward for drawing deliveries. >> fuss the state fair is open. look at the festivities and the fund coming up next. >> the california state fair kicked off today in sacramento. >> the fair has 20 of animal exhibits and is also full of fun activities children and adults including rights of demonstrations, and of course there's always plenty to eat including lots of candy. >> when you walk in, candy at that age especially to children, and as adults we all have memories of our favorite candy and nostalgia. >> this year's fair runs for two weeks at the cal expo fairgrounds. tickets are $12 for adults, a dollars for children. >> ac transi
LINKTV
Jul 11, 2014 3:00pm PDT
of the palestinian lives has become so normalized just because 100 houston and lives has become so blessed and crudely excepted that it has not been condemned. amnesty international, human rights watch, the israeli breaking the silence, group of former soldiers -- of it. are proud >> to the same allegation. reports about the same allegations. i encourage the listeners and viewers to look up those reports that have disproved that there used as human shields. our palestinians robots -- our palestinians robots? why do humanize them and accuse them of mindlessly listing to hamas to whom they protest against? this is a the humanizing discourse. >> i want to ask about the israeli prime minister's actual tweet where he said vengeance for the blood of a small child statement has not created, we mourn every child. in the latest assault in gaza, you have over 100 palestinians killed, estimated at least 22 of them children from about half of them are women and children. how do you square that with what you're prime minister says? >> the me correct you because this escalation was started by hamas. wha
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